On Saturday, April 15, Do Space hosted the OmahaMiniMakerFaire in partnership with Metropolitan Community College and the OmahaMaker Group, which featured 30 unique maker exhibits and attracted over 650 attendees. Omaha’s vibrant maker community came together to demonstrate and share their innovations with the public. The Mini Maker Faire also served as the platform for Do Space’s first-ever Girls Who Code club members to show off their capstone projects.

Special thanks to all the volunteers, makers, partners and staff who made the event successful!

Click through a slide show of images from the event.


Omaha Mini Maker Faire 2017

About Author
Jessica Johnson, Director of Community Learning
Jessica Johnson is a librarian by trade and an enthusiast of all things handmade. When not at work, she can be found retouching old furniture, curating Internet memes and spoiling her backyard chickens in Elkhorn, Nebraska.